marguerite ;-)

Capture d_écran 2018-05-31 à 11.32.25A mix of two challenges: Capture d_écran 2018-05-31 à 11.32.12CASology: Week 302 SQUIGGLE & CAS Colours & Sketches: Challenge #274 – The Double.  I used the respective Brusho colours onto a piece of 140lb watercolour cold press paper.  Once dry it was die cut with a Spellbinders squiggle flower in Going Grey along with Nellie’s Multi Frames Dies Photo Frames in the Hello Honey and Tangelo Twist colours.  The top horizontal border was created by partial dry embossing a strip with a Sizzix Swirls Embossing Folder.  Some My Mind’s Eye enamel dots were added in orange and grey.

Thanks for stopping by, HUGz, Joanna

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7 thoughts on “marguerite ;-)

  1. Love the way you combined the two different challenges and your “squiggle” flower stem!! Thanks for playing along with our double challenge on the the CAS Colours & Sketches Blog. Hugs, Cathy

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  2. The swirly embossed background coordinates really well with the style of the flower. I especially like the tilted frame around the focal panel. You’ve done an excellent job with our double challenge at CC&S! Thanks so much for joining us this week.

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  3. I love these colors and the way they play on your background and frame, Joanna! The partial embossing adds just the perfect amount of extra interest! A sweet flower with the orange center that brings it all together! A perfect take on the challenges, my friend!

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  4. Hi , The squiggly embossed lines in the background and the squiggly die cut as focal point are a Great take on the cue word. Very interesting CAS design. Thank you for playing along with us at the CASology challenge this week. Happy crafting. Hugs – Bharati

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  5. All squiggly and gorgeous. Great interpretation of the sketch, love the dry embossing, fabulous colours together and love the look with those Brusho’s. All topped off with the grey die cut flower….stunning! x

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